xCode 4 should have been included with your new Mac. Check in the Optional Application install disc.
Mel On Wed, Jun 8, 2011 at 9:55 AM, Marek Stepanek <marekstepa...@yahoo.co.uk>wrote: > On 08.06.2011 17:31, John Delacour wrote: > >> At 16:02 +0200 08/06/2011, Marek Stepanek wrote: >> >> >> ...So, gcc seems to be al right. Is it possible, that the migration >>> assistant has mixed up, 32bit compiled modules with 64bit? Or is there >>> a confusion with the Perl of Fink? Here my Perl: >>> >>> Built under darwin >>> Compiled at Jan 26 2010 17:48:54 >>> %ENV: >>> PERL5LIB="/sw/lib/perl5:/sw/**lib/perl5/darwin" >>> @INC: >>> /sw/lib/perl5/5.10.0/darwin-**thread-multi-2level >>> /sw/lib/perl5/5.10.0 ... >>> >> >> I think you're going to have trouble until you get rid of everything >> Fink has installed and everything it's changed in /usr/bin. >> >> If I were you I'd probably delete /usr/bin/perl and replace it with a >> link but I'd wait for others to give you more experienced advice. >> >> I would also install the latest Xcode. >> >> Note that gcc -v will give you gcc-4.0 and not gcc-4.2 unless you have >> replaced Apple's original link, so maybe Fink did that too. >> >> JD >> >> > Thank you John, Thank you Sherm! > > > I did install the new XCode. > > <offtopic>My new laptop was a not really cheap: 2600 Euros, and Apple is > asking for the XCode download 3.90 Euros. This is nit-picking in my eyes. I > don't know, where Apple is going, but I see in the last years only toys and > no real support of professionals.</offtopic> > > gcc-4.2 was installed with the latest XCode 4.0.2 Is Fink installing into > /usr/bin ? Or is it a misunderstanding? > > Probably there are old and new mixed up from migrating from my back-up. > > > marek > > > >